Indoor ice skating rinks



Ice Time Sports Complex

Newburgh
Ice Time has its own ice hockey league and figure skating club, and hosts special events. The rink has a concession stand and game room for those who need a break.

Fee: $7 adult, $5 child (ages 10 and under)

Skate rental: $3

www.icetimesports.org

845-567-0005

 

McCann Ice Arena

Poughkeepsie

McCann offers skating lessons, a hockey skill development clinic, and birthday parties. There is also a Learn to Skate program for skaters who have little to no skating experience. The $130 program includes one free pass to practice during a public session and a free pair of figure or hockey skates for you to keep when you register.

Fee: $7 adult, $5 child (ages 10 and under)

Skate rental: $3

www.midhudsonciviccenter.org

845-454-5800

 

Kiwanis Ice Arena

Saugerties

The rink operates from the middle of August to the beginning of April. Learn to skate and learn to play hockey programs are free with admission on Sunday mornings.

Fee: Adults $6, Students $4, Ages 5 and under, free

Skate, sticks, gloves, helmets rental: $3 each

www.kiwanisicearena.com

845-247-2592



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